OKWIT | OKC May Event: Tech Meets Art
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OKC May Event: Tech Meets Art

OKC May Event: Tech Meets Art

When:
May 30, 2018 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm America/Chicago Timezone
2018-05-30T18:00:00-05:00
2018-05-30T20:00:00-05:00
Where:
[Artspace] at Untitled
1 Northeast 3rd Street
Oklahoma City
OK 73104
Cost:
Free

Vast capabilities exist within our tech community, and we strongly believe in the value of considering all current options. For our networking happy hour, in collaboration with [Artspace] at Untitled, join us for an exploratory look at how technology can be utilized to create fantastical art and more. With breakout sessions from skilled instructor on fiber arts and technological crafts Kristal Boulden, and the chance to mingle with industry peers and meet new faces – discover something new and prepare to be inspired! Additionally, plan to check out the current exhibit featuring “Dislocated Histories” by David Crimson, which uses “old” processes of painting to speak on “new” processes or technologies.

Cash bar and small plates will be provided by our corporate sponsors Devon Energy and Pinnacle Business Systems.

Our art gallery venue is provided by [Artspace] at Untitled; free parking is available in the lot north of the gallery.

Kristal Boulden is an academic librarian, educator, and maker. She currently serves as the Social Sciences & Humanities Librarian at the University of Oklahoma Libraries. Inthis role, she is the subject librarian for several academic departments and supports faculty and students in their teaching, learning, and research. An avid hand knitter, Kristal is passionate about fibers, textiles, and empowering people to learn handcrafts. She also coordinates and teaches fiber arts workshops at OU Libraries’ makerspace, Innovation @ the Edge. Kristal earned her Master of Library and Information Studies from the University of Oklahoma and Bachelor of Arts from the University of Tulsa.